Artifact presents . . .
A LAUNCH PARTY FOR DIGITAL ARTIFACT MAGAZINE!
Robin TREMBLAY-MC GAW
Saturday, June 9th, 2007
7:30PM, reading begins at 8PM
2921B Folsom St. @25th St. SF 94110
$5 donation goes to Digital Artifact Magazine
David Beavers was born in Santa Rosa, and lives and works in San Francisco. He never considered himself a "city person" until he moved there, and has developed a growing obsession to write about sprawling, mythical cities and the bored, lonely, or interesting people who inhabit them. He lives in the Sunset District, which is a much more fascinating place than you might think it is.
Renee Evans was born and raised in Southern Virginia and currently resides in the Bay Area. She received her MFA in fiction from Bard College in 2006 and is the author of the prose chapbook, How it Burned, and the comic book series The Secret Life. Renee spends her spare time making books, checking the mail, cutting up instructional manuals and medical textbooks, and her indentured time as a line cook in San Francisco.
Judith Jordan can be reached at email@example.com. Pocket Myths published her short story "Skylla" in their Odyssey anthology last year; snippets of her poetry are up at the Lodestar Quarterly and SomArts Review; a critical essay appeared in The Abolitionist; she was a resident artist at the Jon Sims Center for Performing Arts (2005); and Prestel is planning to publish one of her interviews in the Learning to Love You More collection this fall.
Robin Tremblay-McGaw’s work has appeared in Biting the Error: Writers Explore Narrative, HOW2, marks, Poetry Flash, Five Fingers Review, Mirage, and elsewhere. Currently she is at work on her dissertation which examines Bay Area Oppositional Writing. With Kathy Lou Schultz and Jim Brashear she edits Lipstick Eleven.